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Articles tagged with: qriocity

PlayStation Comic Store On PSP Is Shutting Down

Launched back in 2009, the PSP’s Digital Comics Reader grew a loyal consumer base as the library of comics swelled past 4,000. However, if you were a fan of the service, we have got some bad news for you – no more comics will be coming to the PSP.

Since the launch of the service , the digital comics store has provided many comics from publishers such as Marvel, DC, and IDW. A very small handful of those comics are actually free, so you might as well check them out.

Sony Music Ireland Website Got Hacked

Sony Music Ireland said its web site was hacked Monday after three bogus news stories appeared on the homepage. It was the latest in a string of attacks on Sony dating back to the infiltration of its PlayStation and Qriocity networks in April.

One fake article at the Sony Music Ireland site had the headline “Tragedy Strikes The Script” and reported the death of two band members. Sony issued a statement that said the band members are indeed fine. The hackers also posted fake articles about Rebecca Black, R Kelly and “X Factor” contestants.

Protecting Content Made Us Hacker’s Target : SONY

Sony has been under fire since hackers in April accessed personal information on 77 million PlayStation Network and Qriocity accounts, 90 percent of which are users in North America or Europe.

Sony said at the time credit card information may have been stolen, sparking lawsuits and casting a shadow over its plans to combine content and hardware products via online services.

PlayStation Network Down For Fourth Day- No ETA Given

The outage at Sony’s PlayStation Network and Qriocity service is now in its fourth day. Sony has stated that they are rebuilding its system to safeguard against future attacks. Sony stated on Saturday that the outage was caused by an external intrusion into the network but hasn’t gone into details about what exactly happened. The PlayStation Network is the catalyst where PlayStation 3 games are played.

The Qriocity service runs on the same network infrastructure and provides Sony’s audio and video for consumer electronics products. Even though details were not revealed with the latest hack, the company stated,